eBay Telephone Number – Call: 0844 545 9982
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eBay Customer Service Number 0844 545 9982
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I have accepted the £1 special offer event and I have some items that are under £10 and obviously anything under £10 + 10% fees is going to be less than £1 final value fee. How do i stop it? Appreciate the help D:[...]
I have been top rated for ever... did all ebay had asked etc etc.
I have regular cuistomers who buy three five times a week from me..
Ok one particular UK BASED customer buys and changes addresses to/for his customers to post to drop shipping if you like,
no problem ..but he is using ebay.com Not uk? now I am being downgraded because .com rules...
Although all the adresses being posted to are in the UK????..
I make custom photo items and this particular customer of mine will order several times in one hit to differant addresses in the uk but not send the images till a few days later ..
Now for no fault of my own just because he is registered on the .com site am being downgraded to "above standard!!!!" Because od the .com rules for despatching on time etc etc
Ebay is really getting silly now...[...]
It's time ebay stopped the ability of buyers to 'bid stack' on things to put off other bidders.
Its happening more often and is unfair to other bidders and unfair to sellers as it results in items selling really low value.
It also results in lower profits for ebay, so it would make sense to remove this feature.[...]
Just looking through my selling manager pro thingy which I admit I dont do very often, and was somewhat surprised to see that I had 4 recent international sales (surprised as I sell UK only)
On looking into each one I can confirm they were for Somerset, Devon, Kent and North Yorkshire!
This is on behalf of my wife who didn't read the sellers feedback but it looks like some sort of scam. They delayed the case as long as possible say that the item had been sent out twice. It is now too late to open a case with ebay and the seller is refusing a refund. Any ideas how to resolve this or at least expose the seller as there are 5 pages of neg feedback with the same problem.